again, to talk about what ed rendell told me, he also said that the democrats from this minute to election day need to be talking about jobs, jobs, jobs, and what they regard as the republican idiocy in dealing with the economy, rhetorically. things like adam, boehner, and sharron angle and so forth. so to that extent, the democrats are united in believing that their main message should be something other than this for this fall, but the administration had no choice. they either could have filed it, you know, a month ago or now. they had -- they really had no choice. and they had to challenge the law. there's no question. >> well, putting everything together, has anyone gone to governor ritter and said, well, look, why don't the democrats continue just to talk about jobs and what the efforts are being made to revive the economy and let the republicans go with immigration and see which topic is even of interest to the most voters, let alone where that leads them to vote. >> i think that's a pretty good idea, and i think that's sort of what's going to happen.